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Foodborne Pathogen Antibodies and Antigens

Food safety is a global health goal and the foodborne diseases take a major crisis on health. Therefore, the detection of microbial pathogens in food is the solution to the prevention and recognition of problems related to health and safety. Creative Diagnostics is proud to offer a large range of foodborne pathogens antigens and antibodies. These antigens and antibodies have been validated to work in various types of immunoassays and can be supplied as high quality tools for the detection of foodborne pathogens.

All of our antibodies are manufactured to the highest quality standards and are performance guaranteed for the applications listed on the detailed datasheets. Below are links to common foodborne pathogen antibodies and antigens.

Species Target Cat. No. Product Name Application
Hepatitis A virus HAV HM175 DMAB3489 Anti-HAV MAb, Clone CDI869 ELISA, IHC
HAV CF53 DMAB3490 Anti-HAV MAb, Clone A819 ELISA, IF, IHC
HAV HM175 DPAB0224 Anti-HAV PAb ELISA
HAV DAG540 HAV VP3 [GST] ELISA, WB
HAV DAG1448 HAV P2C-P3A ELISA, WB
Campylobacter jejuni C. jejuni/C. coli CABT-L3146 Mouse Anti-Campylobacter jejuni / Campylobacter coli Mab, clone D12057N LFIA (Det)
C. jejuni/C. coli CABT-L3147 Mouse Anti-Campylobacter jejuni / Campylobacter coli Mab, clone D12058N LFIA(Cap)
C. jejuni DAG4688 C. jejuni SDS-PAGE, ELISA
C. jejuni DAGA-3031 Recombinant C. Jejuni Omp protein [His] CON, LF, ST
Escherichia Coli E. coli O157 LPS DCAB-TJ076 Magic™ Anti-E. coli O157 MAb, Clone C946N EIA, IF, ELISA(Det)
E. coli O157 LPS DCAB-TJ078 Magic™ Anti-E. coli O157 MAb, Clone C948N EIA, IF, ELISA(Cap)
E. coli Enterotoxin CABT-B8711 Magic™ Anti-E. coli Enterotoxin LT MAb, clone C2032N ELISA (Cap)
E. coli Enterotoxin CABT-B8712 Magic™ Anti-E. coli Enterotoxin LT MAb, clone C2035N ELISA (Det)
E. coli STp peptide CABT-B8713 Magic™ Anti-E. coli Enterotoxin STp MAb, clone C2037N ELISA (Cap)
E. coli STp peptide CABT-B8714 Magic™ Anti-E. coli Enterotoxin STp MAb, clone C2036N ELISA (Det)
E. coli O157 DAGA-3082 Recombinant E. coli O157 VT1 [His] Control, Immunogen
E. coli Heat shock protein DAG3447 E. coli Heat shock protein 1 N/A
Legionella L. pneumophila DCABY-4615 Magic™ Anti-L. pneumophila MAb, Clone 702230 ELISA(Cap), IF, IHC, WB
L. pneumophila DCABY-4746 Magic™ Anti-L. pneumophila MAb, Clone N00092042 ELISA(Det), IF, IHC, WB
L. pneumophila DAGA-165 L. pneumophila Antigen ELISA
L. pneumophila DAGA-164 Recombinant L. pneumophila Oligoribonuclease(orn) N/A
Salmonella Mixture of 4 Salmonella serotypes DCAB-TJ059 Magic™ Anti-Salmonella Group A, B, C, D, E, F and G MAb, Clone C454N EIA, ELISA(Cap)
Mixture of 4 Salmonella serotypes DCAB-TJ062 Magic™ Anti-Salmonella Group A, B, C, D, E, F and G MAb, Clone C458N EIA, IF, ELISA(Det)
S. paratyphi DAGA-3050 Native Salmonella paratyphi B antigen ELISA, LFIA
Shigella S. Flexneri NCTC 9729 DMABT-51566MS Anti-S. flexneri type 6 MAb, Clone 407/406 IHC, ELISA, FC, WB
Mixture of S. boydii, S. flexneri and S. dysenteriae DPATB-H82561 Anti-Shigella PAb WB, ELISA, IHC-Fr, ICC/IF
Shigella Flexneri DAGA-3027 Native Shigella Flexneri CON, LF
Bacillus anthracis B. anthracis Anthrax Lethal Factor DMAB3020 Anti-B. anthracis Lethal Factor Mab, Clone C744M ELISA(Det)
B. anthracis Anthrax Lethal Factor DMAB3021 Anti-B. anthracis Lethal Factor Mab, Clone C415M ELISA(Cap)
B. anthracis Edema Factor DAGB168 B. anthracis Edema Factor ELISA
B. anthracis Lethal Factor DAGB170 B. anthracis Lethal Factor Cyt
Clostridium C. difficile toxin B DCABY-4701 Magic™ Anti-C. difficile Toxin B MAb, Clone N0622425 ELISA(Cap)
C. difficile toxin A DCABY-4700 Magic™ Anti-C. difficile Toxin A MAb, Clone N0622422 ELISA(Det)
C. difficile toxin A DCAB-TJ124 Magic™ Anti-C. difficile Toxin A MAb, Clone CEJ666 EIA, ELISA(Cap)
C. difficile toxin A DCAB-TJ102 Magic™ Anti-C. difficile Toxin A MAb, Clone C2508N EIA, ELISA(Det)
C. difficile toxin B DAG2633 C. difficile Toxin B, TcdB (aa 1 - 543) [His] N/A
C. difficile toxin A DAGH048 C. difficile Toxin A N/A
Listeria L. monocytogenes p60 DCAB-TJ106 Magic™ Anti-L. monocytogenes p60 MAb, clone C2635N EIA, ELISA(Cap)
L. monocytogenes p60 DCAB-TJ108 Magic™ Anti-L. monocytogenes p60 MAb, clone C2636N EIA, ELISA(Det)
Listeria flagella DCABY-4550 Magic™ Anti-Listeria MAb, Clone N23408 ELISA(Cap), LFIA
Listeria flagella DCABY-4548 Magic™ Anti-Listeria MAb, Clone N23400 ELISA(Det), LFIA
L. monocytogenes DAG4326 L. monocytogenes Internalin [His] N/A
Listeriolysin DAG-P2785 Active Listeriolysin (aa 26 - 529) SDS-PAGE
Giardia G. lamblia CABT-RM040 Magic™ Mouse Anti-G. lamblia Cysts MAb, clone B13134N ELISA (Cap), IFA, LFIA, WB
G. lamblia CABT-RM041 Magic™ Mouse Anti-G. lamblia Cysts MAb, clone B13135N ELISA (Det), IFA, LFIA, WB
G. lamblia Trophozoite protein DAGA-3032 Recombinant G. Lamblia Trophozoite protein CON, LF
G. lamblia Cyst protein DAGA-3033 Recombinant G. Lamblia Cyst protein [His] CON, LF
Cryptosporidium coccidia Cryptosporidium DMABT-Z59458 Anti-Cryptosporidium MAb, Clone DGN0238 ELISA, ICC, IF
Cryptosporidium Cp23 CABT-BL8752 Anti-Cryptosporidium Cp23 MAb, clone 8E1 ELISA, IP, WB
Staphylococcus aureus SED DCABY-4634 Magic™ Anti-Staphylococcus Enterotoxin D MAb, Clone N230632 ELISA(Cap)
SED DCABY-4635 Magic™ Anti-Staphylococcus Enterotoxin D MAb, Clone N230633 ELISA(Det)
SEE DCABY-4639 Magic™ Anti-Staphylococcus Enterotoxin E MAb, Clone N230637 ELISA(Cap)
SEE DCABY-4641 Magic™ Anti-Staphylococcus Enterotoxin E MAb, Clone N230639 ELISA(Det)
SEA DCAB-TJ133 Magic™ Anti-S. aureus Staphylococcus Enterotoxin A MAb, Clone C003N EIA, ELISA(Cap), WB
SEA DCAB-TJ132 Magic™ Anti-S. aureus Staphylococcus Enterotoxin A MAb, Clone C008N EIA, ELISA(Det), WB
S. aureus DAG-P2815 S. aureus (full length) SDS-PAGE
SEB Toxoid DAGB111 S. aureus Enterotoxin Type B Toxoid ELISA
Vibrio cholerae V. Cholerae O1 Ogawa CABT-RM052 Magic™ Mouse Anti-V. cholerae O1 Ogawa MAb, clone N1810D4 ELISA (Det), LFIA
V. Cholerae O1 Ogawa CABT-RM053 Magic™ Mouse Anti-V. cholerae O1 Ogawa MAb, clone N1810D5 ELISA (Cap), LFIA
V. Cholerae O1 Inaba CABT-RM054 Magic™ Mouse Anti-V. cholerae O1 Inaba MAb, clone N1810D6 ELISA (Det), LFIA
V. Cholerae O1 Inaba CABT-RM055 Magic™ Mouse Anti-V. cholerae O1 Inaba MAb, clone N1810D7 ELISA (Cap), LFIA
V. Cholerae O1 (Ogawa & Inaba) DMAB9687 Magic™ Mouse Anti-V. cholerae O1 (Ogawa & Inaba) Mab, clone G136U136 ELISA (Det), LFIA
V. Cholerae O1 (Ogawa & Inaba) CABT-RM050 Magic™ Mouse Anti-V. cholerae O1 (Ogawa & Inaba) Mab, clone G136U137 ELISA (Cap), LFIA
V. Cholerae O139 DMAB9688 Magic™ Mouse Anti-V. cholerae O139 monoclonal antibody, clone H137V137 ELISA (Det), LFIA
V. Cholerae O139 CABT-RM051 Magic™ Mouse Anti-V. cholerae O139 monoclonal antibody, clone H137V138 ELISA (Cap), LFIA
V. cholerae Cholera Toxin DAGB146 V. cholerae Cholera Toxin (Azide free) HA
Pseudomonas aeruginosa P. aeruginosa serotype 3 DMABT-51503MP Anti-P. aeruginosa type 3 MAb, Clone 2002/325 IHC, ELISA, FC, IF, WB
P. aeruginosa serotype 6 DMABT-51504MP Anti-P. aeruginosa type 6 MAb, Clone 2020/398 IHC, ELISA, FC, IF, WB
P. aeruginosa serotype 7.8 DMABT-51508MP Anti-P. aeruginosa type 7, 8 Mab, Clone 02/504 IHC, ELISA, FC, IF, WB
P. aeruginosa serotype 9 DMABT-51507MP Anti-P. aeruginosa type 9 Mab, Clone 06/260 ELISA, IF
P. aeruginosa Exotoxin A CABT-B1977 Anti-P. aeruginosa Exotoxin A PAb ELISA, WB
P. aeruginosa Exotoxin A DAG4062 P. aeruginosa Exotoxin A N/A
Hepatitis E virus HEV b1-MBP CABT-L2744 Mouse Anti-Hev b1 (Rubber elongation factor, REF) MAb, clone 2-6 ELISA(Cap), WB
HEV b1-MBP CABT-L2745 Mouse Anti-Hev b1 (Rubber elongation factor, REF) MAb, clone 2-2 ELISA(Det), WB
HEV b3-MBP CABT-L2747 Mouse Anti-Hev b3 (Small rubber particle protein) MAb, clone 21 ELISA(Cap), WB
HEV b3-MBP CABT-L2746 Mouse Anti-Hev b3 (Small rubber particle protein) MAb, clone 6 ELISA(Det), WB
HEV b5-MBP CABT-L2748 Mouse Anti-Hev b5 (Major latex allergen) MAb, clone 5 ELISA(Cap)
HEV b5-MBP CABT-L2749 Mouse Anti-Hev b5 (Major latex allergen) MAb, clone 22 ELISA(Det)
HEV genotype 1 Capsid protein DAGCF-0161 Recombinant HEV Capsid protein (genotype 1) ELISA, Immunogen
HEV genotype 2 Capsid protein DAGCF-0162 Recombinant HEV Capsid protein (genotype 2) ELISA, Immunogen
Rotavirus Rhesus Rotavirus DCAB-TJ117 Magic™ Anti-Rotavirus MAb, Clone C207N EIA, IF, ELISA(Cap)
Rhesus Rotavirus DCAB-TJ116 Magic™ Anti-Rotavirus MAb, Clone C205N EIA, IF, ELISA(Det)
Rhesus Rotavirus DCAB-TJ118 Magic™ Anti-Rotavirus MAb, Clone C208N EIA, IF, ELISA(Det)
Rotavirus DAGA-258 Rotavirus Antigen N/A
Rotavirus DAGA-3002 Recombinant Rotavirus Vp6 protein Control, Immunogen
Astrovirus Astrovirus type 1 DMABT-51089MA Anti-Astrovirus type 1 MAb, Clone TW22 (CHO/08/9722) IHC, ELISA, WB
Astrovirus type 2 DMABT-51096MA Anti-Astrovirus MAb, Clone 90000000 IHC, ELISA, FC, IP, WB
Astrovirus CABT-RM046 Magic™ Mouse Anti-Astrovirus Capsid MAb, clone D12095N ELISA (Cap)
Astrovirus CABT-RM047 Magic™ Mouse Anti-Astrovirus Capsid MAb, clone D12094N ELISA (Det)
Astrovirus Capsid DAGA-3034 Recombinant Astrovirus Capsid protein [GST] Control, Immunogen
Astrovirus type 1 DAG-P2191 Astrovirus type 1 (full length) N/A
Norovirus Norovirus DCABY-4778 Magic™ Anti-Norovirus Mab, Clone N090602 ELISA(Cap)
Norovirus DCABY-4779 Magic™ Anti-Norovirus Mab, Clone N090603 ELISA(Det)
Norovirus GI Capsid Protein CABT-B8765 Magic™ Anti-Norovirus (GI Capsid protein) MAb ELISA (Cap), LFIA, WB
Norovirus GI Capsid Protein CABT-B8766 Magic™ Anti-Norovirus (GI Capsid protein) MAb ELISA (Det), LFIA, WB
Norovirus GI P Domain DAGA-3035 Recombinant Norovirus GI.1 P Domain [His] LF, ST
Norovirus GII P domain DAGA-3042 Recombinant Norovirus genogroup II (P domain) [His] ELISA, Controls, Vaccine Research
Prion Prion CABT-BL8960 Anti-Prion Protein QYQRES MAb WB, IHC, ELISA, FC
Prion Protein IHFG CABT-BL8959 Anti-Prion Protein IHFG MAb WB, IHC, ELISA
Prion Protein PrP DPATB-H81917 Magic™ Anti-Prion protein PrP (Phospho S43) PAb WB, IP, IHC-P
Hamster PRNP DAG3452 Hamster PRNP (aa 23 - 231) [His] N/A
Human PRNP CDBP2383 Human PRNP blocking peptide Apuri, BL, ELISA

Foodborne diseases are defined as diseases causing the infection or poisoning of human bodies which usually caused by poisonous and harmful substance that enter bodies through ingestion of food. Foodborne diseases usually cause gastrointestinal discomfort, nausea and vomiting, severe diarrhea, systemic infection and even death and account for a significant proportion of morbidities and mortalities worldwide. They present a constant threat to public health and a significant obstacle to socioeconomic development worldwide. Up to now, more than 200 different foodborne diseases have been identified. The most severe cases often occur in the old people, young people or those who have compromised immune system function. There are many factors causing foodborne diseases and foodborne pathogen is one of the most important. Common foodborne pathogens include bacteria, viruses, and parasites.

Bacteria are the most common cause of foodborne diseases. Bacterial foodborne diseases usually occur in summer due to the high temperature and humidity, which provides a good environment for the growth and production of bacteria. There are three types of bacterial foodborne diseases: intoxications, infections, and toxicoinfections. Foodborne intoxication is caused by the ingestion of food containing preformed bacterial toxin. It is toxins, not bacteria that cause diseases. Toxins may not alter the appearance, odor or flavor of food. Common bacteria that produce toxins include Staphylococcus aureus and Clostridium botulinum. Foodborne infection is caused by ingestion of food containing viable bacteria such as Salmonella or Listeria which then are Capable of reproducing themselves in the host, resulting in illness. Foodborne toxicoinfections occur when bacteria present in food, such as Clostridium perfringens, and subsequently produce toxins in the host after ingestion.

Viruses are particulate (they have a protein coat, not a cell wall) in nature and multiply only in other living cells. Thus, they are inCapable of survival for long periods outside the host. While more than 100 kinds of enteric viruses have been identified to cause foodborne diseases, the most common foodborne virus pathogens are Hepatitis A, Rotavirus, Astrovirus and Noroviruses. These viruses are easily transmitted from one food product to another, bivalve molluscs, such as clams, cockles, mussels, and oysters, are especially prone to transmit viruses. Antibiotic drugs will not help in treatment.

Parasites are organisms that derive nourishment and protection from other living organisms known as hosts. Like viruses, they do not multiple in foods, only live and reproduce within the tissues and organs of infected human and animal hosts, and are often excreted in feces. They may be transmitted from host to host through consumption of contaminated food and water, or by putting anything into your mouth that has touched the stool (feces) of an infected person or animal. The transmissible form of these organisms is termed a cyst. Parasites are of different types and range in size from tiny, single-celled, microscopic organisms (protozoa) to larger, multi-cellular worms (helminths) that may be seen without a microscope. The most common foodborne parasites are Giardia duodenalis, Cryptosporidium parvum, Cyclospora cayetanensis, Toxoplasma gondii, Trichinella spiralis, Taenia saginata (beef tapeworm) and Taenia solium (pork tapeworm).

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